New set photos from Ant-Man and the Wasp show the villain Ghost stealing Hank Pym's incredible shrinking building from the Ant-Man and the Wasp teaser trailer. With Black Panther on the verge of hitting theaters, Marvel has released the first trailer for the Ant-Man sequel, showing Hope van Dyne suited up as the Wasp in a costume that has far more bells and whistles than Scott Lang's. The trailer also offers hints of the film's plot, as well as a first look at one of the movie's main antagonists: Ghost.
Played by Hannah John-Kamen (Black Mirror, Killjoys), Ghost is a high-tech anti-corporate hacker and thief who uses a suit that can phase and turn invisible. Screenshots from the Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer offer a closer look at Ghost's unique costume and capabilities, as do these newly-released photos from the film's set.
Digital Spy has posted two new set photos from Ant-Man and the Wasp that spotlight Ghost in action. The first image shows the villain leaving what looks to be the van that the movie's heroes are shown using in the teaser trailer, along with the building Hank shrinks at some point in the film. This could be some sort of lab or headquarters for the scientist, making its contents extremely valuable. Click HERE to see the set photos.
The second image shows John-Kamen's stunt double on a motorcycle, a scene that is also teased in the trailer. While Ant-Man and the Wasp wrapped filming in 2017, these new photos appear to be taken from the movie's pickup shoots. Since the movie's second unit is presumably capturing additional shots for the action sequences here, it's probably John-Kamen's stunt double in both of these photos. Given the way that these shots match up with the teaser trailer, it's a safe bet that this footage captured here is going to be used for those scenes specifically.
While Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War will be dominating Marvel-related headlines for the next few months, promotion for Ant-Man and the Wasp has already begun and should pick back up around the time Infinity War hits theaters in May. Until then, set photos like these will help to pass the time as fans try and piece together the storyline for the Ant-Man sequel, ahead of its theatrical release.
More on Ant-Man and the Wasp as it becomes available.
Source: Digital Spy
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